Parenting your Adopted Child
Parents of adopted children face unique challenges in addition to all the “regular” problems other families must face. This book provides helpful tools that enable you to understand and counter common myths about adoption that may be harmful to your child. Common concerns are: -Why, when, and how do I explain adoption to my child and others? -How can I help my child deal with adoption at different stages of life? – How do I nurture a strong relationship between siblings? – How do I deal with family members who don’t include my child? – How do I help my child deal with people who harbor negative views of adoption? – Does my child need a therapist and, if so, how do I find the right one? – How much should I tell my child’s teachers?
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Number of Pages: 236
Publisher: McGraw Hill
DC#: 649.1 A
1 in stock (can be backordered)